If it is attached to moving objects, such as automobiles, aircraft, or ships, it synchronizes with the GNSS time and location information, so you can measure the exact movement information in real time, and it is possible to quantitatively analyze “when, where, and how it is moving”. In addition, if you mount multiple sensors, they can capture the movement of each site, so more movements can be analyzed three-dimensionally. For example, when multiple units are installed in the front and rear of an aircraft or a ship, deflections and twists, and differences in vibration frequencies can be measured using the data on each site. So such information can be used for feedback for designs or accumulating data for stress assessments. In addition, if motion sensors are attached on each joint of a human or a machine, the movement of those joints can be measured in real time. <Examples> The motion measurements of aircraft, ships, trains, automobiles and two-wheeled vehicles, or the motion detection of bodies, robots or animals, and the state measurements of roads and railways.
If it is mounted as an inertial sensor (IMU * 1), or as a posture angle sensor on autonomous robots, including drones, automatic construction equipment, or disaster robots, then you can easily control the robot as the motion sensors can output the robot’s exact movement information in real time. In addition, since it is very small and light, if you replace the sensor you are using now with the CSM-MG100, it will reduce the overall weight and may lead to higher performance. It also has high performance in angle detection, so for cases where accurate angle detection is needed, such as for a laser range finder or camera gimbal control, you will be able to see its superior performance. <Examples> Measurements of motions in autonomous control robots, such as arm robots and drones / measurements of angles for a gimbal* 1 Inertial Measurement Unit (an inertial sensor)
GNAS motion sensor introduction video
The measurements of the performance of a Downtown Bobsleigh